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9/21/2018

Sandvik Coromant Selects Vimana for New Product's Analytics Platform

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Vimana has been selected by Sandvik Coromant as the manufacturing analytics platform for the tool manufacturer’s newly-announced CoroPlus MachiningInsights offering.

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Vimana has been selected by Sandvik Coromant as the manufacturing analytics platform for the tool manufacturer’s newly-announced CoroPlus MachiningInsights offering. The partnership leverages the two companies’ respective strengths: Vimana’s advanced analytics and Sandvik Coromant’s manufacturing knowledge and digital machining solutions.

“After Sandvik Coromant’s comprehensive vendor evaluation process, we are honored to have been selected as the ‘best-of-breed’ manufacturing analytics software for their new CoroPlus MachiningInsights solution,” says Rick Moran, Vimana president and CEO.

“Collaborating with Vimana allows Sandvik Coromant to expand our offerings to customers, enabling them to analyze equipment utilization and act to optimize production processes. They will now be able to gain real-time transparency and monitoring of machine tool and cutting tool performance while improving productivity and saving on production costs,” says Vijay Anand, head of digital machining with Sandvik Coromant.

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